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In the Name of Love

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Happy to see the two together his disapproving mother for one and the anonymous person that is waging a hate campaign against Charlie at work And as the pressure on the couple mounts a dark shadow from Charlie’s past comes back to haunt herWill Charlie be able to overcome her past in the name of lov. I do thoroughly enjoy Katie Prices books we all know she doesn't write them and is just the ideas behind them snore They are well written they just have Katies publicity on the front so I do wish people would stop snubbing them like they do when they are suggestedI did enjoy this book it's a chick lit read I liked all the characters even Darcy and im glad with the way things worked out Every one wants a happy ending I didn't enjoy the books as much as I have their others and believe the Angel series are her best ones the others don't seem to match up But I liked the continued theme of cross referencing characters from her other books I think its a nice edition if you are a fan I would recommened these books to the right people they are a lot of fun to read gripping and exciting You can get lost in them if you let yourself


Y is a brilliant rider and the lynchpin of the Spanish Eventing teamBack in London Charlie puts her heartbreak behind her by going out on the town Until Felipe returns and turns her life upside down again Soon they are the golden couple of sport followed by the press wherever they goBut not everyone is. No your eyes don't deceive you I have rated this book five stars People automatically write these books off because Katie Price's name is on the front cover Now I don't know how much input she has into the storylines for her books is she the one that comes up with the awful names that the characters have However saying that Rebecca Farnworth has admitted to liking to give her characters unusual names so I think she may be to blame for that but Rebecca Farnworth writes them and just because Katie's name is on the front I feel like chick lit fans who may give her books a miss are missing out However Katie's books sell extremely well book signingsI have to say that this is probably one of my favourite Katie books and certainly her best standalone As with previous books there was a mention to previous characters here namely Angel and Cal Bailey I did wonder whether Aidan was a gay replacement for Jez the fantastic gay character from previous books however he just wasn't as good as Jez and I didn't really warm to him I did however love the rest of the characters The book didn't just focus on Charlie the main character we got to see the other characters' perspectives and this made for a much interesting readI admit that I was hesitant to read this because the blurb just didn't grab me however after a few chapters I was hooked and I devoured the book within 24 hours because I could not put it down It's frustrating at times but then that's what makes the book so good if the girl met the boy and lived happily ever after without all the drama in between it'd make for a pretty rubbish book I loved the character of Darcy considering she was only really an 'extra' she had so many sides to her and I enjoyed reading about her almost as much as Charlie and Felipe I also loved Captain Jack Luis and Zoe I think this book may have the strongest cast of characters yet and I think it'd be a shame if they weren't revisited or maybe just mentioned in future novelsTo conclude yes some people will just hate on this book because of the other but if you are a chick lit fan don't miss this or indeed any of Katie's other books as they are all fantastic trashy reads

Katie Price ↠ 1 REVIEW

On a sun drenched beach in Barbados feisty sports presenter Charlie meets the irresistibly gorgeous Felipe Castillo Instantly attracted to each other they have a passionate affair until he walks out with no explanation It is only then that she discovers that Felipe is related to the Spanish royal famil. Very predictable but very uick easy summer read Despite the mistake on page 299

  • Hardcover
  • 400
  • In the Name of Love
  • Katie Price
  • English
  • 06 February 2018
  • 9781846059612

About the Author: Katie Price

Born as Katie Infield in Brighton East Sussex England on May 22 1978 I changed my last name to Price when my mother Amy remarried I have an older brother Daniel and a younger sister Sophie Although I had many interests when I was younger a friend suggested that I should pursue a modeling career So I sent a few shots to an agency and was taken on I attended loads of castings had my fair

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